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    monocog bashguard

    Does anyone use one? If so which one? Looking for recommendations. Thanks

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    Had one made by Race Face. But any solid looking one should do. I personally don't use one anymore. Ever since my log hop skills grew exponentially in the last few years.

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    i use the race face one..... comes in handy from time to time/

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    I've used the Nashbar brand bash and it has held up for YEARS on all of my bikes.
    super cheap too.

    In fact I just got a brand new race face one and put the new one away in favor of my old Nashguard.
    wow they are on sale for 14.99
    I got mine for 20.00
    http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/Product...1_10000_200373
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    I'm no weight weeny but that nashbar one is very heavy.

    Have had Race Face and Nashbar. The Nashbar is allot cheaper and very sturdy , only problem is it is very heavy.

    I'm no weight weeny but in this case it seems worth the few extra bucks for the weight saving.
    TEX

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    Best deal going here -> http://www.bbgbashguard.com/Mountainbike.html $18 shipped, sometimes less on e-bay. There's one on my Salsa, and one on my Spot.

    It's a lot thicker part than the Spot guard that came on my Longboard - after I bent that junk, I replaced it with a BBG.
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    Which one is it I need to order? Is it one for the inside and outside? Sorry for the newbie questions.

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    I can recommend an MRP XCG for lightweight bash duties - I have them on both my bikes and they work superbly and weigh very little.

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